Cordyline how to care for this plant



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Cordyline how to care for this plant. Learn

how to look after the clump and

see a few of our cacti and succulents

growing in our garden. Our garden is so

cool and gets very little sunlight, this

has proved to be a bit of a challenge

for some of our plants. But they've

grown on it, and we will continue to

give them the time they need.

Climbing Hyacinths are great for

overhanging rocks and spaces

We’re lucky to have such a choice of plants and we enjoy keeping them healthy.

We hope you find these tips useful, and if you have any, please do leave a comment below.

Zebra Catmint ‘Zenzizenzia’

'Zenzizenzia' - single stem variety

with pale pink and white forms

Climbing Zebra Catmint ‘Zenzizenzia’

‘Zenzizenzia’, is a great little

plant and has been very popular with

people coming to see our garden.

Despite what you might think, these plants are not dangerous to the touch, however some people can get hand cramps from handling them, so please be careful. They may look small at the moment, but can really grow very large and sprawl over trees and shrubs.

Please make sure that the plants are growing in a position that they can't fall over.

Soil: make sure the plants are growing in good rich, fertile soil with plenty of organic matter and are in a sunny position. The soil should also be well-drained, as the plants don’t like soggy conditions.

Beware of water - try not to water over once a week. A bucket should suffice to ensure that the plants are not drowned. You can always get more information from our videos or at our online library.

Fertilizer: If you’ve got fertiliser then please do use this in a recommended way. Most plants like a slow release fertilizer which they use during the year.But for such a resilient plant, you may find you only need to feed once or twice a year. That's great! Just don't give it a great big feed just before the summer. This plant is sensitive and can easily over-fertilise.

Maintenance: When pruning, make sure to cut through the main stem in a straight line, not too deep. Once you’ve done this, don’t touch the plants for 3 months. This gives the plant time to regrow and the ends of the cut will form new stems and leaves.

Every Spring you can prune the main stem down to encourage new growth, however don't prune below 3/4" for the following season, as it can lead to a weak point.

Fall: If the leaves begin to fade, just spray them with some water until the flowers re-appear.

When planting, you will need a well-drained, sunny site. If the soil is a little soggy, water once a week until the soil dries out. Be careful when you water as the plants don’t like wet conditions.

We hope you enjoyed this plant care video, keep following and if you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

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Climbing Zebra Catmint ‘Zenzizenzia’

‘Zenzizenzia’ - single stem variety

with pale pink and white forms

Climbing Zebra Catmint ‘Zenzizenzia’

‘Zenzizenzia’, is a great little

plant and has been very popular with

people coming to see our garden.

Despite what you might think, these plants are not dangerous to the touch, however some people can get hand cramps from handling them, so please be careful. They may look small


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